A minimalistic and pared back palette was used for this large and light-filled room for two children in Hampstead. Designed as a bedroom and playroom that would easily evolve as the children grow, the focus centred around a bespoke double bunk bed with trundle, steps that allow for books storage, open display shelves and a desk that can be raised as the children grow. A cosy Love seat next to a wooden map on the wall, adds an educational element and alludes to the the families love of travel, and creates a cosy spot for the parents to sit and read with their children.

The double bunk with trundle bed and deep storage steps links to a open shelves and height adjustable desk
Plenty of storage, zoned play spaces, desk area for study and built in display shelves featuring LED colour change lighting
A Love seat allows the parents to snuggle and read with their children with wall mounted book storage placed next to them
Peep holes in the bed also enable extra light into the bed areas
Stylish Panton Junior chairs with origami paper pendant light
View through a peep hole across to storage at the end of the bed, built into the space under the steps

Rabbit themed chairs at a play desk with Fatboy pouffes creating additional flexible seating

3D huge wooden map allows the family to pinpoint their travels and adds a lovely educational dynamic
Storage at the end of the bed
Display storage with colour change LED lighting breaks up the run of wardrobes and paints the room with glorious colour
Pops of yellow compliment the neutral colour scheme
Rabbit themed chairs at a play desk

In the evening, the LED lighting creates a wonderfully playful ambience in the room

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Private client - London